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How to Use the Law of Attraction in 9 Simple Steps

August 16th, 2017

What is the “The Law of Attraction” exactly? The answer to that question is as simple as the law itself. “The Law of Attraction” is the law by which all things are brought into existence on the earth.

Whether you are aware of it or not, we all use the law on a daily basis to bring about every circumstance that comes into our lives. Everything thing that has ever been and ever will be, began as a simple thought in the MIND and was brought forth on the physical plane through “The Law of Attraction”.

You need only look no further computer screen you are reading this article on to begin to understand this statement. The computer Screen you are reading began first as a thought in the mind of a person before it could ever have been brought forth to you today.

EVERYTHING BEGAN IN THE MIND FIRST!

When you become aware of the LAW you begin to realize that everything that has ever happened to you, whether it was good or bad, is your fault. You created it through the actions that began as your thoughts.

So now that you have been briefly introduced to the LAW, let me further illustrate how to law works, with just 9 simple statements.

1: Mind, no matter what form it is apparently contained in, holds images, pictures. And any picture firmly held in any mind, in any form, is bound to come forth.

2: In order that all your wishes or thoughts appear, there should be no other conflicting thoughts present to nullify their power.

3: The consciousness or fixed picture in mind of anything, any condition, any circumstance, is the actual things itself and what you experience through the five senses is the mental picture out-pictured.

4: Our outer mind judges everything by what the eye and ear reports and transmit that message to the Inner. We tend to take pictures of what we experience daily in the outer world, developing the sensitized film, and then printing those pictures upon themselves within. The procedure should be just the reverse.

5: Thus, you have to hold a set definite objective until you reached it. In short, be a deliberate thinker.
6: An important requirement in successful achievement: Secretiveness

7: Dedicate each evening to meditate and firmly impress your being with the words of power. Practice this system every evening as regularly and diligently as your affairs will permit and then forget them entirely until next evening.

8: You need not cast glances out of the corner of your eye to see how the thing is proceeding. You need not set to wondering how the thing works, or if it really is working. You set the objective. You therefore planted the seed. Nothing upon Earth can prevent your objective from becoming externalized, because nothing in the world can nullify Universal Law. You have done your part. Trust the Law to do its part.

9: By all means, practice it.

These 9 simple statements contain the formula by which you will begin to TRANSFORM your life for the better.

Until Next Time:

To Your Success,

A. Friend

My Run-In With The Law (of Attraction)

August 14th, 2017

The law of attraction is the name given to the belief that “like attracts like” and that by focusing on positive or negative thoughts, one can bring about positive or negative results. This belief is based upon the idea that people and their thoughts are both made from “pure energy”, and the belief that like energy attracts like energy. – From Wikipedia

Man those roots were deep! The bushes had probably been there since the house was built, and it seemed they weren’t interested in leaving. Besides being deep, they were a tangled mess, winding around each other like snakes in a pit. But the bushes were looking tired now, and were out of date as landscaping elements. Thus my wife and I decided to remove them. It would open up the front of the house and we could put in a little terraced flower garden for a nice contemporary touch.

So one pleasant spring weekend morning, I embarked, shovel in hand, on what I hoped would be an easy job of excavating some old, weak, decomposing plants. Need I say it didn’t turn out that way? Of course not! Murphy’s law, right? After easily cutting the branches down to ground level, the attack on the roots moved forward. Before long, the shovel was joined by a pick. A short time later, the pick was joined by a sledge hammer – and basically anything I could find that might break up the steely cables. It was now apparent that this could go on all weekend – and maybe longer.

As my mind scanned the available tools in the garage, I realized that one thing which would really be helpful was also the one thing I didn’t have – a pry bar. Yeah, a pry bar would be just the thing to get some leverage on those suckers. Leverage – the engineers favorite tool. Ah, leverage – just the weapon to drive out the snakes. I briefly considered making a run to the hardware store, but feared that once having stopped, I might not want to continue.

And I was filthy dirty too. And it wasn’t like I wasn’t making any headway. So I toiled on, battling the fiends as best I could with what I had, and all the while thinking about how great it would be to have a pry bar. I formed a mental picture of one and imagined myself effortlessly dispatching roots with the magic stick. I ruminated on how much easier it would be to slip the pointed end of the bar under a root cable while pushing on the opposite end to either pull it out completely, or at least snap it in two.

The afternoon wore on as the task proceeded incrementally, inch by inch, tangled root by tangled root. I tried to put the image of a pry bar out of my mind, but it persisted, returning with each resistant encounter. The thought that the job could be done so much easier and faster was as hard to remove as the roots. My kingdom for a pry bar!

Needing a break after dispensing many buckets of sweat, I walked around to the side of the house, and went inside to grab a diet coke. Now here is where the story takes a strange and most perplexing turn. After taking a couple sips of coke, I went straight back to the front of the house. The length of time consumed by the process could not have been more than two or three minutes – in other words, just a little more than the amount of time needed to blink an eye.

As I walked across the yard, something in my peripheral vision attracted attention. It was some sort of object lying in the middle of the sidewalk, right at the end of the front walk. I stood transfixed. What it appeared to be defied logic. Moving closer confirmed that my eyes were not deceiving me. The object lying on the sidewalk in front of my house was indeed, a pry bar! Yes!

I quickly looked up and down the street. No one! Not a soul. But even if someone had been there, what could possibly account for them leaving a pry bar right in front of my house? And no one else, not even my wife, knew about the object of my desire that afternoon.

So here I was, standing over an object like the one I had obsessed over all day. It was a pry bar to be sure. But while it was like the imagined object, it wasn’t an exact match. The bar I had in mind was at least four feet long, while the bar I now cradled in my hands measured a mere 12 inches – a perfectly good tool, to be sure – but for my purposes, utterly useless.

Some might consider what happened to be a legitimate, though imperfect, example of the Law of Attraction in action. And I’ll admit to being at a loss for an alternative explanation. Sure, things fall from airplanes now and then, but they usually don’t land neatly and squarely. And to my knowledge there haven’t been any reports of bar-shaped meteors striking the earth.

My own relationship with the Law of Attraction concept remains a work in progress. As I learn more about the energetic nature of the universe, there’s a greater openness to the possibility, despite some reservations. My own experience has been ambiguous. Yes, there has been the occasional synchronistic connection to a person or event. Yet, contrarily, I spend the better part of the day worrying about one thing or another, but find very little ever comes to pass.

So what do I take away from this encounter with the numenous? Let’s recap: 1) The object on which I’d focused my thoughts and intention was manifested. 2) There was no evidence of human intervention. 3) The bar wasn’t suited to the task.

From this I’m inclined to conclude that if energy does in fact respond to thoughts, desires and mental pictures, one would be well advised to practice caution, and be very specific about what is asked for. It may be that the universe really is ready and willing to deliver whatever we order. But we’d better make sure we fill in all the blanks. If wishing for a Honda, be sure to state the year and model. Heaven forbid a lawn mower shows up instead.

We have to stop and be humble enough to understand that there is something called mystery. – Paulo Coelho

Right Thinking Versus Positive Thinking – How Do They Relate To The Law of Attraction?

August 13th, 2017

Is there a difference between right thinking and positive thinking? If there is a difference, how do we know which thought process to use with the laws of attraction?

I am sure the answers to these questions will make themselves known to you as you read this article.

Of course, positive thinking is the first step to accomplishing something once the conscious mind has conceived the idea of a desired goal. Maintaining a positive nature of thought in accordance with the accomplishment of your task or idea, requires that you talk to your self through positive affirmations, that you continually tell your self that you can most assuredly do this particular thing. One must consciously and continually tell ones self that he or she can accomplish this task, idea or goal creating autosuggestion so strong that you come to the belief that you will have success.

Just as an athlete mentally tells himself that he can run the hundred-meter dash in less time than his record indicates, even if it is just by a half a second, he can accomplish a faster run. Or a Professional golfer who wants to improve his game by at least a half a stroke, will continually tell himself that he can do it that he knows that it can be done and he will succeed. This series of positive affirmations transforms into belief in ones self through autosuggestion, sending a clear mental picture of the desired result to the subconscious mind.

The conscious mind has produced the idea or thought of self improvement. Now in order for these improvements to manifest themselves they have to be nurtured through right thinking, through visualization of the desired outcome, through concentration on the desired end results.

Right thinking is a spiritual process. Vision and imagination precede action and event. Focusing and concentrating on the desired end result will activate or engage the spiritual mind, commonly referred to as the subconscious mind. Here in the spiritual mind your desired results transfer to infinite intelligence or the universal mind. The universal mind will deliver to your subconscious mind the knowledge necessary to accomplish your goal through the law of attraction. What we think about we bring about.

The subconscious mind does not think, it just responds to the thoughts that it receives from the conscious mind. Your subconscious mind will manifest for you anything that you ask of it, whether it is good or bad is up to you. Therefore, you must direct it correctly through right thinking.

Henry Ford once said, “Whether you think you can or you think you can’t you’re right.” This is an absolute truth of autosuggestion.

Thought is creative, so be very careful about the thoughts that you entertain. Even though thoughts are creative, they do not have control over what you think. You and your conscious mind control your thoughts, you have complete control over what you choose to think. Knowing that thoughts are creative, be very certain that the thoughts you entertain are for the good of all humanity and are of value to all concerned.

In the King James Version of the New Testament chapter four verse eight, Paul the apostle is addressing the people of Philipi and is encouraging them on how to live joyfully in every circumstance. In his communication with them he states. “Finally brethren, whatsoever things are true, whatsoever things are honest, whatsoever things are just, whatsoever things are pure, whatsoever things are lovely, whatsoever things are of good report, if there be any virtue and if there be any praise, think on these things. Could this also be a form of right thinking?

Right thinking is a thought process whereby we allow ourselves to think only thoughts of success as the end result of a desired accomplishment and that we visualize and concentrate on the images of having already accomplished the task, idea or goal that our conscious mind has desired for us to do. Visualization and imagination precede action and event. In thinking it so we make it so.

Therefore, it is the opinions of the author that positive thinking and right thinking are very similar and very much interwoven. Positive thinking being the catalyst that manifests the belief in ones self that is necessary for success, and right thinking being the catalyst that manifests the vision and wisdom necessary for an accurate conclusion to the event.

In closing wouldn’t you agree that right thinking and positive thinking are of equal importance to the attainment of any worthy idea, desire or goal? These two thought processes actually work synchronically to the relation of the laws of attraction.

“The greatest events of an age are its best thoughts. It is the nature of thought to find its way into action.” -Bovee

Great success to you and God bless!